Police in Fife say their efforts to tackle serious crime in the region are paying dividends, despite the number of reported incidents rising during the first quarter of 2019.
Shadow Scottish secretary Lesley Laird has stated Labour will not do a deal with the SNP to get into power after next month’s General Election.
A Glenrothes man researching his family tree has produced a new radio documentary after discovering one of relatives was a cold-blooded killer.
Action, not talk, is needed to tackle the growing problem of plastic pollution on beaches.
Noise complaints will force the closure of an important Fife community resource for around six months, it has emerged.
A Kirkcaldy woman has narrowly avoided a jail sentence after embezzling more than £24,000 from a Fife garage where she worked.
A campaign has been launched in Fife to support vulnerable people struggling to keep warm over the winter months.
A Leven hairdresser who hit headlines last year by offering free haircuts to children whose families are in poverty is doing the same again this year.
Authorities have been urged to “come clean” over what impact a no-deal Brexit will have on fuel supplies across Scotland, amid fears disruption in and around the Firth of Forth could see a return to panic buying.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a “green industrial revolution” during a cross-party rally demanding the delivery of high quality jobs in Fife’s renewables sector.